Disability and Sexuality
Your client asks, “Can we talk about intimate stuff?” How do you respond? Are you prepared to discuss sex and sex-related issues with your clients? For people with disabilities, sex is related to both quality of life and adjustment to disability. While clients often prefer the rehabilitation counselor to bring up the topic of sex, few graduate programs offer training on the topic. Through nine units that each explore a different aspect of sexuality and disability, you will: identify and analyze important concepts related to sex for individuals with disabilities; learn when it is necessary to refer your client to a specialist and identify reputable resources; understand and effectively apply the PLISSIT model; and formulate plans for common sexuality-based scenarios for individuals with disabilities.
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